|EDL A671||Superintendent Stewardship and Systemic Change||3 credits|
|EDL A672||Student Performance: Academic and Developmental||3 credits|
|EDL A673||Human Resource Management and Labor Relations||3 credits|
|EDL A674||Public School Finance and Facilities||3 credits|
|EDL A675||Superintendent Internship||6 credits|
|EDL A676||Superintendent Seminar I||3 credits|
|EDL A677||Superintendent Seminar II||3 credits|
Recommended Progression of Studies
On a case by case basis, the program will review courses from other accredited universities to ensure that they meet the course and content guidelines of our core theory classes. Students are expected to complete at least two of the four core theory courses prior to applying for the field experience internships/seminar classes.
The Educational Leadership courses are web based courses, unless otherwise noted. Students meet with their instructor at pre-determined times on Elluminate (ELIVE) each week. Access to, and familiarity with, web based technology is essential. Visit UAA Distance Education website for more information.
The College of Education is now required to maintain an electronic depository for key student assignments. We are using an application called TaskStream for this purpose. Key assignment(s) for this class will be posted on TaskStream. Please use the TaskStream Tutorial Guides to get started
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Educational Leadership Superintendent Internship Handbook
Faculty and Staff
|Elizabeth Boario||Co-Chair, Educational Leadership Department; Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership||786-4304||PSB 218D|
|Dr. Susan Garton||Co-Chair, Educational Leadership Department; Associate Professor, Educational Leadership||786-4335||PSB 218E|
|Dr. Ed McLain||Interim Dean||952-8940||PSB 234F|
|Yvette O'Connor||Program Manager||786-4450||PSB 218|